I don't think his actions would or could be pursued criminally by a prosecutor.
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Deliberately spreading a disease of any sort is clearly criminal. No ifs, ands or buts. However, that doesn't seem to be the question.
There have been some proposed laws to specifically make it illegal to fail to warn someone that you are exposing them or have exposed them. More details is needed
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This is certainly not criminal. What it does describe the intentional infliction of emotional distress which is sometimes called "outrage." But without significant damages, there is no case to pursue.
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Don't do it! You may want to have her suffer but you might result in having a lawsuit against you for damages if she gets sick from what you've told her.
My advice is simply to move on.
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